LEGO KidsFest Stops in Indianapolis {Giveaway}

For the first time, LEGO KidsFest stops in Indianapolis, November 7-9.

Haven’t heard of LEGO KidsFest? Let me give it to you in simple terms. It’s awesome. Basically, it’s an enormous traveling LEGO® expo full of millions of LEGO bricks with activities and attractions geared for all ages of LEGO fans.

We drove to Kentucky last year to attend LEGO KidsFest and I’m so happy that it will be here in Indianapolis this year. What we loved most about LEGO KidsFest was that there was something for everyone in the family. Our girls loved to play in the LEGO DUPLO area. There were games and demonstrations all throughout that were fun for us to participate in as a family. You can choose an area that suits your fancy – LEGO Star Wars, LEGO Super Heroes, LEGO Disney Princesses to name a few. When you want to take a break from an activity, you can work your way through the LEGO Model Museum to see amazing huge creations or sit down for a read at the reading rest stop. And the giant LEGO brick pile? It’s a kid’s dream come true to wade through all those bricks. There is also LEGO retail store with a huge selection of sets.

here are five sessions (all with the same activities) running from Friday, November 7 to Sunday, November 9. Tickets are $22 for adults and $20 for kids. Children under 2 and under are free. For tickets or more information go tohttp://www.legokidsfest.com/indianapolis/index.html. But here’s the kicker, sessions sell out. I strongly advise getting advance tickets online. You can get the latest ticketing updates by liking LEGO KidsFest on Facebook, or following on Twitter and Instagram.

I’m so excited that a Today’s Mama reader will win 2 tickets to LEGO KidsFest on November 7, 2014 ( 4-8:30 pm session) at the Indianapolis Convention Center! Enter here: http://www.usfamilyguide.com/LEGO_KidsFest/?blogid=2433 Must be 18 to enter, 1 entry per day allowed. The winner will be randomly chosen by US Family Guide (USFG) on Monday, October 17 and will be notified via e-mail.

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